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The Hague Highlights Holiday Edition

Take this ‘intelligent readers guide’ and explore the city. Do it virtually, just sitting at home in your comfortable chair or plan your route, get out and let The Hague tell its story. This is basically what The Hague Highlights tells you to do. It’s a down to earth guide, with short summaries on  the historical background and fun facts of 100 places you must-see according to the authors. Authors Ineke Mahieu and Ad van Gaalen based their selection on: the connection of the places with the sea and the connection with the international character of the city. Read more

Outdoor weekend tip The Hague

The fall break is just around the corner and the kids are anxious to go outside, to run through the forest and collect some fall treasures. You enjoy nature in a more relaxed way. You love to wander in a peaceful forest, taking in the different fall colors.  Well,  if you’re spending the holidays in the Netherlands, here’s my outdoor weekend tip The Hague for the whole family.

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Rooftop Greenhouse Tour The Hague

The view is spectacular. From the rooftop on the 6th floor you can see all of The Hague. When you squint your eyes you can even see the Westland. The area where they grow and have been growing fruit & vegetables in greenhouses on the ground for centuries. The year is 2017 and we’re standing in a rooftop greenhouse full of vegetables, fruit and…fish?!

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Early autumn on The Hague road to Scheveningen

The other day, it was still August, I was on my way to my favourite summer bike path: the Scheveningseweg. When I got there I was  amazed that the trees already showed some signs of autumn. The colours made me smile, but I wondered if it was an early autumn on The Hague road to Scheveningen. Today, the 1st of September, on the official day of metereological fall, I found some answers.

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September events in The Hague 2017

We wave the summer holidays goodbye as the first signs of autumn creep in. Schools in the Netherlands have started again and everyone’s back to work. Many expats in The Hague have just arrived. The Dutch language, the Dutch culture, the food & the people. It’s not easy to get used to. Fortunately there are a few  September events in The Hague that make internationals feel at home.  Read more